Definition of Inseem

1. inseam [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: inseam



Lexicographical Neighbors of Inseem

insectologists
insectology
insectophobia
insectproof
insects
insecty
insecure
insecurely
insecureness
insecurenesses
insecurities
insecurity
insecution
inseducible
insee
inseem (current term)
inseemed
inseeming
inseems
inselberg
inselberge
inselbergs
inseminable
inseminate
inseminated
inseminates
inseminating
inseminations
inseminator

Literary usage of Inseem

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Speeches and Forensic Arguments by Daniel Webster (1844)
"And strange as it may seem, we find counsel now inseem to have a direct object, for wishing Mr. White's life to be f. • -«. ..."

2. Scottish Football Reminiscences and Sketches by David Drummond Bone (1890)
"We were sewed with substantial rosen-end, the division between the inseem and soles was filled up with real leather ..."

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